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Comments Off on Civil Forms – Volume 1

N1Claim form (CPR Pt 7)PDF | RTFN1ANotes for ClaimantPDF | RTFN1CNotes for DefendantPDF | RTF N1 (FD)Notes for Defendant (Consumer Credit Act claim)PDF | RTF N2Claim Form (probate claim)PDF | RTF N2ANotes for Claimant (probate claim)PDF | RTF N2BNotes for Defendant (probate claim)PDF | RTF N3Acknowledgment of service (probate claim)PDF | RTF N5Claim form for possession of propertyPDF | RTF N5AClaim form for relief against forfeiturePDF | RTF N5BClaim form for possession of property (accelerated procedure) (assured shorthold tenancy)PDF | RTF N5CNotes for claimant (accelerated procedure)PDF | RTF N6Claim form for demotion of tenancy/suspension of right to buyPDF | RTF N7Notes for defendant – mortgaged residential premisesPDF | RTF N7ANotes for defendant – rented residential premises claimPDF | RTF N7BNotes for defendant – forfeiture of the lease (residential premises)PDF | RTF N7DNotes for defendant – demotion/suspension claimPDF | RTF N8Claim form (arbitration)PDF | RTF N8ANotes for claimant (arbitration claim)PDF | […]

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Comments Off on The Two United States and the Law

“The Two United States and the Law” Our forefathers, weary of the oppressive measures that King George III’s government forced upon them, in common declared their independence from England in 1776. They were not expected to be successful in that resistance. The moneyed people had backed England for two major reasons. First, our forefathers wanted a rigid, written Constitution “set in concrete.” They were familiar with the so-called Constitution of England which consisted largely of customs, precedents, traditions, and understandings, often vague and always flexible. They wanted the principle of English common law, that an act done by any official person or law-making body beyond his or its legal competence was simply void. Second, the thirteen little colonies desired to base their union on substance (gold and silver) — real money. They well knew how the despotic governments of Europe were mortgaged to the hilt — lock, stock, and barrel, […]

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Comments Off on Aviation Timeline

This is a list of aviation-related events c 1700 BC Greek myth of Icarus and Daedalus explores the desire to fly and the inherent dangers of it.[1] c. 1000 BC Flying machines called Vimanas are mentioned in the Vedas with detailed description of its working. Recreation of the technology has not been possible due to lack of materials (like mentioned fuel) are not found. c. 850 BC legendary King Bladud attempts to fly over the city of Trinavantum, but falls to his death.[1] c. 500 BC the Chinese start to use kites. c. 400 BC Chinese invent an early form of the Bamboo-copter using feathers. The Greek mathematician Archytas of Tarentum demonstrates an artificial pigeon on a wire. It may have been a kite. c. 200 BC the Chinese invented the Sky lantern, the first hot air balloon: from its military use it became known as the Kongming lantern. c. […]

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Comments Off on A LIST OF 100 PAEDOPHILE COUNCILLORS OR UK POLITICAL PARTY AFFILIATED MEMBERS

June 2008 – Timothy Edmeades, 33, Labour Party super activist and events organiser to Labour Lord Mayor abused his position of trust when he sexually assaulted the two children on swimming trips. October 2011 – A councillor has narrowly avoided jail after he admitted to a doctor that he had been looking at child abuse images. John Butcher had 400 images of child abuse on the computers – 48 of these were at level four, one level below the very worst kind of images. May 2005 – Liam Temple – Labour Councillor and former Mayor (Halton/Cheshire), convicted of `Inciting a child under 16 to commit an act of gross indecency. He was jailed for six months at Chester Crown Court for offering a 12-year-old girl money to grope her September 2008 – Members of the Establishment refused to accept paedophiles depravity. Roger Took was sentenced this February to a minimum of […]

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